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Issue Archive for the Week of Jun 11-17, 2003

News & Opinion

  • The $50,000 Mutt

    Under laws that treat pets as property, vets are largely unaccountable for malpractice. That's something a pair of rookie lawyers from Alameda hope to change.
  • Plugging a Leak in the System

    Are water companies like EBMUD overcharging government customers? As the courts conclude they are, the utilities lobby for protection.
  • 7 Days

    You can see Oakland federal building in the latest version of The Matrix, but one thing you won't ever see is a thank you to the city film office.
  • Letters for the week of June 11-17, 2003

    A wave of letters responding to "Rich, Black, Flunking," seeking causes, explanations, and ways to get past the problem.

Arts & Culture

  • His Fair Lady

    Center REP does a Pygmalion the playwright could be proud of.
  • Don't Take It for Granted

    Bobi Céspedes returns to La Peña -- but there are clouds on the horizon.
  • Rainy Day Men

    Fans of mellow narrative rumination, rejoice
  • And You

    Hoops 'n' hip-hop
  • It's Mammoth

    Head for the high country
  • Flip, Flop, Fly

    Cunning stunts with Lara Croft
  • Facing the Past

    Black history via photo show
  • Pass the Jerez

    Sonidos Gitanos, pure passion


  • Greek Out

    Distributors still don't honeymoon with small romantic comedies

Food & Drink

  • Creative Cross-Marketing

    Two new markets bring produce to the people.


  • Outcast Orchestras

    Oakland intellectuals make punk rock and porn flicks go orchestral.
  • Critic's Choice for the week of June 11-17, 2003

    "Transferred" jazz, Native Tongue hip-hop, pop with balls, Country Joe, and more.
  • Radiohead

    Hail to the Thief
  • Fountains of Wayne

    Welcome Interstate Managers
  • Soundtrack

    A Mighty Wind
  • Mark Weigle

    Different and the Same
  • Roscoe Holcomb; Jean Ritchie

    An Untamed Sense of Control; Ballads from Her Appalachian Family Tradition
  • The Greenhornes

    Dual Mono
  • Manic Hispanic

    Mijo Goes to Jr. College

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